Pinto Art Museum : A Place for Art and Family

Last weekend my kids and I went to Pinto Art Museum for an art appreciation day as my eldest explained it. She specifically asked/demanded that we go to Pinto Art Museum at Antipolo City.

I said yes for I also want to go there but didn’t have a reason to.

Pinto Art Gallery
I love the garden landscape

It was a nice ride from our home to the Pinto Art Museum.

We almost miss our turn, but thanks to the signage that they have place along the way we got to the Pinto Art Museum in no time. I wish they would make the signage a little more larger, double its size will be more helpful for tourist that are really not familiar to the place. Though the local tricycle drivers are very helpful if you will ask for directions.

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Pinto Art Gallery
a sculpture with snails all over it

It’s very humid that day so we tend to walk in a slow pace so that we wont get to hot and not enjoy our trip. So whenever we have a chance to get some shade we took it and enjoy the cool breeze of air that are available.

The Pinto Art Museum have different gallery which showcase different kinds of arts from abstract to metaphoric in nature.

Pinto Art Gallery
I used to see those caritelas when I was a kid selling different handicraft

TPinto Art Galleryhey also have some artwork outside their gallery that visitor can interact. A wooden horse that visitors can actually ride in, a old style caritela that sells different handcraft works, I particularly love the beds that are setup outside for visitors to sit and lay-down to rest after enjoying the trip inside the galleries.

The inside was SPECTACULAR.

You would never thought that a gallery exist in Rizal. One would say that this kind of setup can only be found within a city.

The Pinto Art Museum house 6 different but interlocked galleries that visitors can walk through. The art pieces are different from what I have seem before.

Pinto Art Gallery

Pinto Art Gallery

Pinto Art Gallery

Pinto Art Gallery

All of the Pinto Art Museum are very homey, all of the galleries have porch of benches and other places to rest and just enjoys the art pieces in-front of you.  The Pinto Art Museum have a free flow tour that will not force their visitors to just go an a specific path and no turning back.

They encourage visitors to go back to the other galleries if they wish and interact with the interact-able pieces that they have.

Pinto Art Gallery

Pinto Art Gallery

 

Pinto Art Museum Open Tuesday – Sunday
9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Ticket prices are:
PHP180 – regular ticket
PHP150 – senior citizens and PWD with valid IDs
PHP 100 – students with valid school IDs
3 yrs old below is FREE

Guided Tour Schedule:
09:00 am – 11:00 am
12:00 nn – 02:00 pm
02:00 pm – 04:00 pm
04:30 pm – 06:00 pm

You can call 986 18 04 for reservations.

For inquiries regarding prenuptial shoots and other events, please call 697 10 15 and look for Mrs. Jenny Villanueva.

4 thoughts on “Pinto Art Museum : A Place for Art and Family

  • May 28, 2015 at 5:35 am
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    Never been there yet. I want to visit this next time
    and I didnt expected that the art museum is BIG!!!!

  • June 10, 2015 at 12:49 am
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    Yes, its not your typical museum or art gallery. They also have a number of restaurant inside to dine afterwards

  • September 10, 2015 at 1:26 pm
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    I’ve always wanted to go there! Such a shame because my RD falls on a Monday. Must make time to visit it. 🙂 Do you happen to know kung anong day konti ang tao? Hehe!

  • September 11, 2015 at 1:42 am
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    hello Dianne,

    its really is a great place. I’m not sure which day of the week is a slow day, but normally it would be from Wednesday to Friday. But my kids and I went there on a Sunday afternoon and there not quite a number of visitors.

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